Same Crime, Different Victim
A family of ten thought they bought three mobile homes, but is still waiting on two of them. This is the third story we've covered about the same man accused of emptying people's wallets.
When Patsy Powell's ex-husband passed away in February 2010 he left her 72,000 dollars. Powell says she wanted to buy their two children and herself mobile homes, so she found Glen Williams of "G and W Mobile Home Set Up." Powell wrote Williams multiple checks for thousands of dollars and says she received empty promises in return.
That was in April and May of last year and Powell says of the 72,000 dollars she signed away, she got one mobile home and lost 52,000 dollars.
Patsy Powell says, "he knew everyday when he gave me excuses and then he could have just handed me back my money and said im not getting you a mobile home, he knew he was hurting me he knew where the money came from he had known me for years and he knew where that money come from."
Williams has a pending court case set in early October for racketeering and grand theft charges. The charges are from 2007 to 2010 from four different people. We spoke with Williams today who says he is innocent of all accusations.
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